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Police recreate the fall from the balcony after a woman was deposited to death in her $ 500-a-night hotel room

Police recreate the fall from the horror balcony after a woman was shot to death in her $ 500-a-night hotel room after a fight with her boyfriend over messages on her phone

  • 45-year-old Jodie Lovell fell from a balcony at the five-star Hyatt Regency where she was staying with her boyfriend
  • Ms. Lovell’s body was found on a hotel roof on the first floor of the Sussex Street Hotel on May 22 at around 8:00 PM
  • Her lover told the police that they had argued about messages on her phone and he locked her outside their room
  • Police returned to the hotel on Thursday with a dummy to recreate her fall and determine how it fell occurred

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Police have simulated a death on the balcony after a mother of two children fell to her death after a fight with her boyfriend from a luxury hotel.

45-year-old Jodie Lovell from Kareela in south Sydney was out on a night out with her 48-year-old friend and lives in Panania.

The couple returned to their five-star Hyatt Regency room in Darling Harbor, in the Sydney CBD, where they died on the 10th floor balcony at 8pm on May 22.

Police returned to the hotel on Thursday with a dummy to mimic Mrs. Lovell’s fall and determine how it happened.

Balcony suites with harbor views at the Hyatt Regency Hotel cost at least $ 509 per night.

Jodie Lovell, a 45-year-old mother of two from Kareela in southern Sydney, was out on a night out on May 22 with her 48-year-old friend from Panania.

Jodie Lovell, a 45-year-old mother of two from Kareela in southern Sydney, was out on a night out on May 22 with her 48-year-old friend from Panania.

The couple returned to their five-star Hyatt Regency room in Darling Harbor, Sydney (pictured), where they fell on the 10th floor balcony at 8pm that night.

The couple returned to their five-star Hyatt Regency room in Darling Harbor, Sydney (pictured), where they fell on the 10th floor balcony at 8pm that night.

The couple returned to their five-star Hyatt Regency room in Darling Harbor, Sydney (pictured), where they fell on the 10th floor balcony at 8pm that night.

After the police dropped the doll, another officer rattled down the side of the hotel to check where and how it had landed on the floor.

“We had on-site forensic police again yesterday who did forensic investigations, including a lot of camera surveillance,” Supt Wood said Friday.

“Further analysis of information obtained during the exams is underway, and investigators are again appealing to the community for information to help with their questions.”

Ms. Lovell’s friend told the police that he had locked her up outside after a heated discussion about text messages on her phone, The Daily Telegraph reported.

He claimed that he went to see Mrs. Lovell a short time later, but she was gone.

After realizing what had happened, her friend told hotel staff that triple-0 was calling.

Police returned to the hotel on Thursday with a dummy and climbing equipment to mimic Mrs. Lovell's fall and determine how it happened

Police returned to the hotel on Thursday with a dummy and climbing equipment to mimic Mrs. Lovell's fall and determine how it happened

Police returned to the hotel on Thursday with a dummy and climbing equipment to mimic Mrs. Lovell’s fall and determine how it happened

After the police dropped the doll, another officer rattled down the side of the hotel to check where and how it landed on the floor

After the police dropped the doll, another officer rattled down the side of the hotel to check where and how it landed on the floor

After the police dropped the doll, another officer rattled down the side of the hotel to check where and how it landed on the floor

A police officer rappels through the Hyatt Regency at Darling Habour in Sydney

A police officer rappels through the Hyatt Regency at Darling Habour in Sydney

A police officer rappels through the Hyatt Regency at Darling Habour in Sydney

Rescuers found Mrs. Lovell’s lifeless body on a roof on the first floor of the Sussex Street hotel.

Police said Ms. Lovell had a history of depression and other mental health issues and has not determined whether she jumped or fell.

Police told Daily Mail Australia that no charges have been brought, but said they are “keeping a very open mind” while conducting their investigation.

Sydney City Police Chief Inspector Gavin Wood urged anyone who can assist in their investigation to come forward.

‘The appeal was made with sincerity, the young lady was in the prime of her life, the 45-year-old woman with two young daughters. They are tragic circumstances.

“We owe it to the daughters, we owe it to her family and friends and the community to make sure we’ve exhausted every line of research.”

Ms. Lovell's friend told the police that he had locked her up outside after a heated discussion over text messages. Mrs. Lovell was a mother of two

Ms. Lovell's friend told the police that he had locked her up outside after a heated discussion over text messages. Mrs. Lovell was a mother of two

Ms. Lovell’s friend told the police that he had locked her up outside after a heated discussion over text messages. Mrs. Lovell was a mother of two

After realizing she had fallen, Ms. Lovell's friend told hotel staff that triple-0 was calling. Mrs. Lovell's lifeless body was found on a roof on the first floor of the Sussex Street hotel

After realizing she had fallen, Ms. Lovell's friend told hotel staff that triple-0 was calling. Mrs. Lovell's lifeless body was found on a roof on the first floor of the Sussex Street hotel

After realizing she had fallen, Ms. Lovell’s friend told hotel staff that triple-0 was calling. Mrs. Lovell’s lifeless body was found on a roof on the first floor of the Sussex Street hotel

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